Ann is a second-year law student at the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law. Before law school, she obtained an Honours Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Toronto, Rotman School of Management where she specialized in Finance and Economics. During her gap year between graduating from university and entering law school, she worked as a project management intern at an engineering firm, as a legal assistant at an immigration law firm, and as a Research Assistant at the Rotman School of Management.
Ann is currently the Lead Teaching Assistant at the Academic Success Program at Windsor Law. In the past year, she served as the Chair of the Students’ Law Society (SLS). Ann worked as a Research Assistant for the first year Legal Research and Writing Course. She has also contributed to her student community as an active mentor to 1L students in the Peer Mentorship Program. Recently, Ann was selected as Vice-President Social Media at the Windsor Blockchain Law Club.
During her first year of law school, Ann was elected as the 1L Students’ Law Society representative where she advocated on behalf of the 1L class for their academic best interests. She was also an editor of the Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues. Ann’s passion for pro bono work led her to complete a placement at the Pro Bono Radio Project at Pro Bono Students Canada where she created podcast episodes to discuss access to justice issues in the Windsor-Essex community.
Outside of work and school, Ann enjoys traveling, writing for her food & lifestyle blog, and painting.